If you're intimidated by live lobsters, relax; they're really easy to fix. Think about lobster prep like cooking corn on the cob -- just plunge them into boiling water. The whole process takes about 30 minutes, using these step-by-step directions.
How to Make Capirotada (Mexican Bread Pudding)
Chef Richard Sandoval of Maya Mexican Restaurant in New York shares with us his recipe for Capirotada (Mexican Bread Pudding), the perfect dessert for the coming holidays.
How to Grill Fish, the Ultimate Backyard Guide
This summer you’d be wise to throw any and all seafood on the grill. Here's how to grill fish you love.
What is Normal? How to Tell You if Need Air Conditioning Repairs
Here's how to tell what's normal and abnormal with your air conditioner. And if you're in need of air conditioning repairs, call Mechanical Technologies.
Toilet Paper Advice for Septic Tanks
Septic tanks function better when you select a toilet paper that is safe for use in, or especially made for use with a septic system. This is a guide containing toilet paper advice for septic tanks.
What is Furnace Short Cycling
One of the most frustrating heating issues during the winter is furnace short cycling. The...
What Is Staging and How Will Make a Difference?
If you are unfamiliar with the term “staging”, you’re likely unfamiliar with how it can positively affect your comfort level and the energy savings it can provide. The benefits of staging are great, because of this Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems offer staging options for your home in both heating and cooling equipment How Does Staging Work In Your Cooling System. Whether you have an air conditioner or a heat pump there is a compressor that powers the system. Various models of Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems offer compressors that incorporate staging technology. So, how does it work? A staging compressor only works as hard as it really needs. When the thermostat calls for cooling, the compressor will first operate in a low stage. This allows the unit to provide long, even and…
Restaurant customer expresses gratitude with a $2,000 tip
A regular customer at a Washington, D.C. restaurant ate an order of gumbo and fried chicken — then left a $2,000 tip.
3 DIY Bathroom Plumbing Fixes
While there are some plumbing jobs you should never try to tackle on your own (like a sewer line backup) these other projects are a bit more DIY friendly.
Stop Calling That Juicy Steak ‘Bloody’
You can be forgiven if you think that the pinkish liquid that makes a rare steak “juicy” is blood. We tend to call a rare steak “bloody,” after all, so it’s not exactly a stretch to think that the red liquid that drips out of your steak when you cut into it is blood.